Children & Families

Summer Drop-in Programs 

Suggested donation of $2 – 3 

Summer programs are back at the Museum and Heritage Sites!

Homemade Mondays at Father Lacombe Chapel
Mondays: July 11 – August 29, drop-in from 11 am – 4 pm

Tuesdays Together at the Musée Héritage Museum
Tuesdays: July 12 – August 30. Hour long guided programs begin at 10 am and 1 pm

Game Day at the Little White School
Wednesdays: July 13 – August 24, drop-in from 11 am – 4 pm

Craft Thursdays at the St Albert Grain Elevator Park
Thursdays: July 14 – August 25, drop-in from 11 am – 4 pm


The Musée Héritage Museum offers specialized programs for Brownies, Girl Guides, Cubs and Scout groups which will complete badge requirements in a fun and unique setting!

The Museum offer programs for the following badges:

Brownies: Aboriginal People in Canada or All about Canada
Girl Guides: Folklore or Provincial Heritage
Cub Scouts: Canadian Heritage or Aboriginal Awareness
Scouts: Heritage Badge (Museum or Heritage Site location)

Please contact or 780-459-1528 for booking information and costs.

Birthday Parties

Celebrating a special occasion such as a child’s birthday? Make it memorable with a birthday party at the St Albert Grain Elevator Park or the Little White School!

  • Birthday party cost: $120 for a maximum of 10 guests (not including adult chaperones). Additional guests are $10 each for a maximum of 12.
  • Birthday parties must be pre-booked and paid in full before the party date. Please contact or 780-459-1528 for booking information.
  • Party is 2 hours, which includes programmer-led activities as well as time for cake and presents
  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your party start time to set up, and stay 15 minutes afterwards for clean up.
  • We provide napkins, forks/ spoons, lemonade, and homemade ice cream (upon request). You provide food, cake, decorations, and goodie bags.
  • Please limit number of adult chaperones to two.
  • The St Albert Grain Elevator Park is open to the public between 10 am – 5 pm on Saturdays, May (Victoria Day long weekend) through the September long weekend (Labour Day); while our interpreters strive to direct tours away from the area where parties are taking place, there will be visitors on the site while your party is there.

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